AutoWeek features some clean images of the new M35 and M45. It seems that the slow selling M line-up needed a revamping and they borrow heavily from the popular G cousins in the family. I think they're distinct enough to gain their own buyers but can see some asking "what's the difference?" AutoWeek's Bill McGuire actually got to drive the M45 and M35 on some California highways and found them pleasant enough. While the M may look like the G it is a whopping 1200 percent more rigid than the previous generation of M.
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